Crusaders: An Epic History of the Wars for the Holy Lands
by Dan Jones
✅ Editor: Head of Zeus
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One of our leading popular historians, tells the compelling story of the Crusades, with all the panache and pace of a historical thriller. Populated by extraordinary characters and dramatically made parts, the Crusaders is the page-turning narrative history at its best. Dan Jones, best-selling chronicler of the middle Ages, turns his attention to the history of the Crusades – the sequence of religious wars fought between the end of the xi century and late medieval, in which the armies of the Europeans were Christians attempted to wrest the Holy Land from Islamic rule, and that have left a strong imprint on relations between the Muslim world and the West. The preaching of the First Crusade by Pope Urban II in 1095, to the loss of the last outpost of the crusades in the Levant in 1302-03, and the wall of Jerusalem from the Fatimids in 1099 to the fall of Acre to the Mamluks in 1291, the Crusaders tells a history that is steeped in Islamic, Christian and Jewish blood, populated by extraordinary characters, and characterized by low ambition and high principle. Dan Jones is a master of popular narrative history, with the valuable ability to write page-turning narrative history supported by authoritative scholarship. Never before the era of the Crusades was represented in the bright and beautiful colors, or their story told with taste.
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